Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these Chicago and suburban pubs!
Friday, March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day! Enjoy some Jameson, green beer or reuben sandwiches to celebrate at these Chicago and suburban Irish pubs.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Pippin’s Tavern with green beer, Pipers ale and festive green beads! Located adjacent to Downtown Dogs, Pippin’s is a great place to grab a beer and a dog. Their menu includes $5 Happy Hour Jameson and Jack Daniels shots, along with daily food and drink specials. Only a 4 minute walk from State & Chestnut or an 11 minute walk from Grand Plaza.
Continue with drinks at Fado Irish Pub! Founded in 1996 by Irish entrepenuers, Fado aims to bring the history of Irish pubs to the 21st Century with dozens of local and international beers, soccer and good eats. St. Patrick’s Day festivities include early opening for day-drinking, live music and pints of Guiness. Enjoy their signature Fado Irish coffee, 2 Gingers whiskey or Magners Irish cider. Only a 2 minute walk down Grand Ave. from Grand Plaza, or a 3 minute walk on Clark St. from AMLI River North.
Grab dinner at The Galway Arms! Enjoy Scottish smoked salmon, Guiness beef stew, traditional sheperd’s pie or their signature Galway burger including Smithwick’s-infused barbeque sauce. Sample Irish whiskeys such as Tullamore Dew, Powers, or Bushmills along with Bailey’s and Glenkinchie scotch. Only a 7 minute walk from The Belden Stratford.
Stop by Quigley’s for live music and soccer scores! Located in the historic Jefferson Hill building, built in 1845, the pub includes antique bookcases and fireplaces shipped from Dublin along with traditional Irish print-lined walls. The food menu includes festive fare such as Irish chips, reuben rolls and corned beef bites, while the drink menu boasts beers such as Guiness, Harp and Smithwicks. Only an 8 minute drive from Iroquis Club or a 10 minute drive from Dwell at Naperville.